2017-09-13 / Sports

Morse field hockey moves to 3-0

The Times Record

MT. ARARAT MIDFIELDER Erin Harty (22) dribbles past Brunswick’s Emma Banks in soccer action in Brunswick on Tuesday. 
BOB CONN / THE TIMES RECORD MT. ARARAT MIDFIELDER Erin Harty (22) dribbles past Brunswick’s Emma Banks in soccer action in Brunswick on Tuesday. BOB CONN / THE TIMES RECORD READFIELD

Christina Bowman scored the first of nine goals as the Morse High School field hockey team rolled to a 9-2 Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference win over Maranacook on Tuesday.

The Shipbuilders are 3-0 on the young season and host Gardiner on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Tied 1-1, Sophie Wilson scored off her own rebound for a 2-1 Morse lead. Maddie Skroski finished off a pass from Vanessa St. Pierre at the 20-minute mark, and Skroski and St. Pierre switched roles six minutes later, giving the Shipbuilders a 4-1 edge.

Courtney Bodeen made it 5-1, and Shipbuilder Paige Willis finished off a dominating first half for the visitors with a late score for a 6- 1 lead at the half.

Bodeen scored all three Morse goals in the second frame to finish off the scoring.


The host Broncos scored two goals off corners en route to a KVAC win.

Dunton scored the opening goal for Hampden Academy off a setup from Bennett for a 1-0 halftime lead.

The score remained tight until the Broncos doubled their lead with 12:34 left as Bennett scored off a pass from Scobie.

Hampden finished things off with 5:44 remaining as Scobie scored.

Brunswick (2-2) received nine saves from goaltender Ainsley Harrower. The Dragons managed just five shots on goal.

Brunswick hosts Camden Hills on Friday at 4 p.m.


The host Rams received a goal each from Meaghan Caron and Gabby Gonzalez en route to a KVAC win over the Eagles.

Wyley Fitzpatrick scored the lone goal for Mt. Ararat, which fell to 2-2 and visits Hampden Academy on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Lily Schenk had six saves in the Mt. Ararat net, while Bangor’s Sabrina Stern turned away 13 shots.


The Falcons won their third straight Western Maine Conference game, rolling over the Capers on the road.

Freeport (3-0-1) received three goals from Allyson Randall and one from Natalie Anderson.

Emi Logue scored for Cape Elizabeth (2-1).

Freeport visits Gray-New Gloucester on Saturday at noon.

Girls soccer

TURNER — Visiting Morse got a pair of goals from Emily Martin as the Shipbuilders downed Leavitt, 3-1 in a KVAC tilt.

Morse improved to 3-0-1 and hosts Oceanside on Friday at 3:30 p.m.

Rose Atienza scored with 30 seconds remaining in the half off a pass from Micailah Albertson for a 1-0 Morse lead at the half.

Despite constant pressure, it took until the 19-minute mark for the Shipbuilders’ next score. Mae Winglass’ through-ball found Martin, who pushed it into the net for the team’s second goal.

Less than a minute later, Julia Cliffe’s pass again found Martin, who finished off the scoring for the hosts with her second goal of the game.

Leavitt scored with less than three minutes remaining.

Marissa Parks had 12 saves in net for Morse.


The host Hawks scored the winning goal with 1:05 remaining in the second overtime for a non-conference win over the Bobcats, who fell to 2-2 and hosts Valley on Friday at 4 p.m.

Sacopee Valley jumped out to a 1-0 lead just past the midway point of the first half on an Allie Black goal.

Richmond answered four minutes later when Destiny Anair finished off a pass from Caitlin Kendrick.

In the second half, Sacopee’s Bella Rand and Richmond’s Abby Johnson, from Kendrick, traded goals to force overtime, where Hannah Schroeder ended it.

Sydney Underhill-Tilton had five saves in the Richmond cage, while Hawks netminder Kylee Day had 10 stops.


The Greyhounds earned a second straight Mountain Valley Conference win at Winthrop.

Giana Russo had a day for the visitors, tallying four goals, including the final three Lisbon (2-2) goals.

Russo gave Lisbon a 1-0 halftime lead, scoring off a cross from Destiney Deschaines.

Kiley Merritt (assisted by Carly Drischler) and Emma Houle scored in the second half for the ’Hounds. Sierra Huff had both goals for the Ramblers, assisted by Aaliya Wilson-Falcone.

Anna Willey made three key stops in the first half and finished with four.


Vanessa Dunn scored a pair of second-half goals as the Wolverines (4-0) pulled away for an MVC win over Dirigo (0-3-1).

Grace Webber, off a pass from Kateleen Trask, gave Wiscasset a 1-0 halftime lead.

Gwen Webber, from Trask, doubled the lead 13:09 into the second frame. Grace Webber and Brooke Thayer had an assist each on Dunn’s goals.

In net, Lindsey Gordon had five saves in the win, while Katie Morse turned away four shots for the Cougars.

Wiscasset hosts rival Lisbon on Thursday at 6 p.m.


Taylor Rinaldi and Lindsay Routhier tallied two goals each as the Falcons rolled in WMC action at Fryeburg Academy.

Freeport improved to 2-2 and hosts Gray-New Gloucester on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

Six different players scored for the Falcons, who led 4-0 at the half.

Boys soccer

RICHMOND — Andrew Vachon scored three goals as Richmond captured a 4-2 non-conference win over Sacopee Valley.

The opening six-plus minutes of the game featured four goals. Hawks Michael Murphy and Camden Bibro scored, while the Bobcats had a goal each from Vachon (assisted by Ford Strout) and Zach Small (Nate Kendrick) for a 2-2 deadlock.

Vachon’s second goal with 27:49 remaining in the first gave Richmond a 3-2 lead, and Vachon scored his third with 9:15 left in regulation off an assist from Justin Vachon to complete the scoring.

Trystin Shea earned the win in the cage after nine saves, while Sacopee goaltender Ryan Meggison had 13 stops.

Playing well were Bobcats Ethan Gardner, Dan Stewart and Matt Rines.

Richmond hosts Valley on Friday at 4 p.m.


Dylan Willette, Cavan Weegler and Jacob Atwood each scored a goal as the Cobras downed the Wolverines in MVC play.

Wiscasset dropped to 0-3 and visits Dirigo today at 4 p.m.


BRUNSWICK — Brunswick won its second straight match by defeating Wells, 3-2.

Brunswick was led by strong serving, as sophomore Kathleen Trapp and senior Michelle Sarber had five aces each. Senior Tahlya Edgerton picked up two aces,

The Dragons’ (2-2) defensive game was also strong with digs from Mackenzie Burrows (five), Morgan Johnson (four), Trapp (four) and Sophie Katz (six). Junior setter Emma Dorr had nine assists in the victory.

Brunswick plays at Cony on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.

Men’s Soccer

BANGOR — Bowdoin got a pair of second-half goals to blank Husson University, 2-0.

Bowdoin took the lead just 3:28 into the second half when Ethan Ellsworth capitalized on a free kick, firing off a high arcing shot that curved over Husson goalie Cody Gross, slipping in below the crossbar.

Levi Morant added a score 10 minutes later, finishing off a cross from Moctar Niang.

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